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Becky Pepper

Performer, Arranger, Educator

 

Becky’s Blog

All of Becky thoughts about the music industry, best practices in music education, as well as practice and brass technique hacks and concert and life of a musician blogs.

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About Becky Pepper

 Low Brass Performer, Arranger, Educator

Becky has always been fascinated with instrumental music, especially low brass, and she is passionate about sharing that with others. This led her to create the online store Trumpet_Trombone to share resources and arrangements for brass instruments for everyone.


She gained her degree on trombone at the Birmingham Conservatoire, studying with Bob Hughes (RSNO, Philharmonia, LSO) and Ed Jones (CBSO). She also learned valved instruments, studying Euphonium with Katrina Marzella (Black Dyke Band) and bass trumpet with David Purser (Phillip Jones Brass Ensemble). She has since gone on to gain her LRSM performance diploma and the Certificate of Music Education.

She is now in demand as a performer, a solo recitalist, a teacher and low brass coach across the midlands. Becky’s performance credits include the English premiere of Karl Jenkins’s ‘Dewi Sant’ in Birmingham Town Hall with Gemini Brass, with whom she holds the third chair. 

In 2016, her debut book 'Music for Children' was published, introducing everything musical in a fun, interactive and approachable way.

She is an Edwards Featured Artist and plays on a T350-CRE with a custom rose-brass bell. Her Euphonium is a Besson Prestige 2052, which she plays on an SM4 mouthpiece. 

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Trumpet_Trombone

Becky’s online resources store

In 2020 Becky started her online store with her husband and fellow brass player Sean to sell her arrangements and advertise their Duo, the Schubruk Duo, as well as their teaching studio. 

Hop on over to discover many resources to help you or your students playing, including scales help and warm ups and arrangements for brass ensembles.